We’re so thrilled! We’ve been mentioned in the design portal Konigi! A big shoutout is due to the design genius from New York, Michael Angeles, the self-confessed information geek behind this year-old project. Konigi is basically a gallery of designs that takes you to a world you may not have wandered into before. It’s a virtual candy store for design aficionados, with the screen shots of the websites as the merchandise. Only better: It’s for free. But no, Konigi is not taken from Japanese mountain where the Goddess of Sun, Amaterasu’s sanctuary is located. Rather, it’s a “nonsensical riff” on the Esperanto word “koni”, which means, “to know”, according to the website’s creator. Now you know. To satisfy our curiosity, we’ve searched further and we also learned that Esperanto is an obscure language that dates as far back as the late 19th century. It’s mostly spoken by Jewish people and was banned during the time of Hitler in Germany and Stalin in Russia. But that’s for a separate thesis paper.